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PA'..F T UR ,lisn

AJANUARY 12, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Professor i aTI~ Describes Searel
Tor 1"M .1.5 n3script4 During
Recent, Viit In SpaQin;
BEENL ALSO SPEAKS I
At the first meeting of the French
Romance club this year,, yesterday
afternoon at the Union, Herbert A.

"Con-gress

Drinks" BAN ON TEACHING! ESTATE IN SOUTH, DAK. OTA HILLS IS
EVOLUTION IS TO OFFE RED TO COOLIDGES FOR SUMMER
BE TtE AGARN>

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Kenyon, professor of French and
~Spanish dis~sussoed, in his lecture
"Ramblings -Through Spain," his:.;.,
search for thi or iginal manuscript of1'
a play of the J Sth century during his
leave of ah se1&e in Europe. Although; s.{
Professor 1Keiiyon did nolt find theI
in anuscript, he will continue his
search for it,. and made literary dis-
coveries duraiig his European trip
that were of lreat interest to his de-1 atet , ,e
Comparisoins of :three early books,
witn uhxgte1tcetrofFrench, literi ure were made in a ::.
r paper given by Newton S. B~ement, of
the romance .language, department.C
"Les. Joyeux -de Vie" "Hleptameron,"
of Marguerite of Navarre, anid the
works of Desperiers were discu'ssed. . O
f The possibiity,:'V tt Dcspertgrs wrote!
some of 'the st6i~ie of " 1-eptamieron".j
was discussed:-'? ojgh tM s .conmen-;r } haj ,ai lc ller
tion is -held rmah;y 1hterary ''en,f
Dr. Bement fold1 the club that the' Democ atic r'epresentative from New!
langage ~ inroi" isfbitheYork who has charged that members
refined, very oN~tCt language of l9es- of both houses of Congress "drink and
periolrs, and fi that reason he couldl drin~k to excess." Representative Ccl-
not have taL'e part in the writing Icr. has itroduced a resolution in the
of this bookHouse to prohibit the use of ally
The seconz meeting of the Rao- poisonous adulteratant in industrial
manse: club h~a e held at the" Union alcohol.
on Feb. 15, V,, date being adva iced
,t due to the ea inatious. MANILA. - Five thousand persons
--- « -were m'ade homeless,.and 1,500 houses
GRAND RAM S.-The body of Mar-' werc destroyed by a. fire which swept
shall' Qelder i i, six, drowned in aj the TIonzdo district of Manila recently.
} canal here, ha~rbeen recovered by po-j{
} lice., . Subscribe for '.rie 1IchIigan Daily.

(By Associated Press)
CHARLOTTE, N, C.,. Jan. 11.-North
Carolina fundamentalists p)1-,n 10
furnish legislators again with the
evolution problem.
jThey are prep~aring to submit to'
the state legisla~ire the question oM
whether the theory of evolution as it
relates to, the origin of man and as
originally propounded by Charles
Darwin shall be outlawed at the U~ni-
versity of North Carolina, North Caro-j
lina State college and in the public:
schools. A hundred fundamentalists
at a meeting here agreed to employ a*
lawyer to prepare an anti-evolutionj
bill.
JUD6ES" TO PIC~K JURIES
CHICAGO, Jan. 11.-The judges ofj
Cook County's Circuit, Superior and.1
Criminal courts have taken the mnat-"
ter of choosing juries to try criminal
;cases -into, their own hands, and
henceforth the picking of the juries
will be dlone %by the judges.

I JERUSALJEM.--A legtiative council 4 ETH 0P e OT HET
for the tratna-Jordan is to be formed ___--.-..--.
In, Palestine. . k4 ~' ,
~~W I. and Sat 1a1:
WARSAW,-The intention of Mlar- T 1! 1 A U E to ~t
steal Pilsudski to resign as premier is: 1' he ost lu~n. of All
reported. ()l'
L'LL~ A1110(1 donl Inc'ie11 nts ile
Life of Franz Schubert
c~lur-Lalayett bete
E LAST TWO WEEKS
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Present
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Tlzi; picturesque 0j-room lodge, situatedl in the Black Hills of South
Dakota, and wih 100,000 acrost of scenery around it, has been offered to
President and Mrs. Cool'idge for their vacation this summer.

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The Most Remarkable
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Last-TIi es Today

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